Marjorie Prime

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Marjorie Prime is a Jon Hamm movie that was shown at the Sundance film festival, and released in 2017.[1][2]


If you could keep a computerized version of your deceased loved one, would you? Would you do it if it was Jon Hamm? In Marjorie Prime, an 86-year-old woman spends her last days with an AI version of her husband (Hamm), who is talking to her family members to better understand the details of their marriage. As you might expect, some of them use this as a chance to rewrite the past. Based on Jordan Harrison’s play, Marjorie Prime promises to look deeply at what memory is in the digital age.[3]